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Texas Medical Center, the largest concentration of medical research, educational and healthcare organizations in the world, announces the first Houston Stem Cell Summit to highlight the latest stem cell research and commercialization efforts
Date:8/31/2012

erry, who himself has been treated with stem cell therapies. In addition to Governor Perry, the Summit will feature a patient panel, two in-depth debates regarding FDA and Texas Medical Board policies and a review and forecast of the current state of stem cell commercialization efforts.

Other featured speakers include:

  • James T. Willerson, M.D., President and Medical Director-Texas Heart Institute
  • J. Richard Steadman, M.D., The Steadman Clinic
  • Michael T. Thorsnes, JD, Executive Board Member, Parkinson's Association of San Diego, Inc.
  • Silviu Itescu, MBBS (Hons) FRACP, FACP, FACR, CEO, Mesoblast Limited
  • C. Randal Milles, Ph.D., President and CEO, Osiris Therapeutics, Inc.
  • David G. Eller, Chairman and CEO, Celltex Therapeutics Corp.
  • Stanley Jones, M.D., Founder/Medical Director Spinecare USA and Medical Director, Celltex Therapeutics Corp.
  • David S. Smith, JD, Attorney at Law, Pepper Hamilton
  • Christopher J. Centeno, M.D., Practicing Physician and Founder Centeno Schultz Clinic
  • Mary Pat Moyer, Ph.D., founder, President, CEO & CSO, INCELL Corporation LLC
  • Andrew S. Ittleman, Esq, CAMS, Attorney at Law, Fuerst Ittleman PL
  • Robin R. Young, CFA, CEO, RRY Publications LLC, Founder New York Stem Cell Summit

Who Should Attend

The Houston Stem Cell Summit is designed for physicians; biotech researchers; pharmaceutical and biotech analysts; hospital, business development and senior biotechnology marketing executives, as well as venture capital investors and all members of the Texas Medical Center community.

Registration

Online registration opened this week at www.stemcellsummit.com and will remain open until October 25. For attendees who go online and register before September 15, 2012, the cost is discounted by 35%. For members of the Texas
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